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. fill us in. >> reporter: what we know now is what we've been reporting. 14 people are dead. we're told ten of them were killed in the movie theater and four additional people were injured but taken to local hospitals and have since passed away. 50 people have been injured and are still alive. we're told that some are in serious condition, some are also in fair condition. the scene is definitely still unfolding here, so we don't have all of the information, but the numbers that we are -- just by the minute, this is really what we're learning, so we're trying to stay on top of this, but you can tell this is a very serious situation with 14 people daend some 50 injured. >> tell us what kind of crowd may have been assembled at the movie theater, at the century 16. obviously, this was a big night for this movie, midnight showings across the country. packed house, safe to say? >> reporter: absolutely. the people who were in theater number 9 who are talking with us -- and theater number 9 is where we believe that at least the shooting occurred. we're not sure if it started there, ended there
, and it did take people, witnesses tell us, a little while to realize something wasn't right. i did speak to one gentleman who says he was in the very bark row of theater number 9. he got down on the floor and he waited there as long as he could before everybody started leaving the theater very quickly, he says. this is one of those situations where because of the movie that was showing, many people didn't realize that it wasn't part of the movie and that it wasn't part of some type of special effect for people who were going to the actual movie. >> jace, what about the suspect? we just heard the police chief in aurora tell us they have someone in custody. what do the police know about him? >> reporter: we don't know anything about him at this point. we just know there's one person in custody. we're being told that all indications are that this person acted by himself. they're still, of course, looking to see if there's somebody else out there, but all indications are, according to the aurora police chief, that this is just one person acting alone. >> and jace, one of the first things tha
finished doing laps at the senior center down the street. glad you're joining us. as always, let us know why are you awake, shoot an e-mail at waytooearly@msnbc.com o or @williegeist. or text the word awake followed by your response to 692639. and we'll read the best responses later in the show. but before we get to the news here at 30 rock, i want to bring in willie live from london, where he's been on a worldwide boondoggle, waist wasting comcast money for several days now. willie, what are you doing over there? what's going on? >> raining over here. shouldn't come as a surprise. 60-something degrees and rain, london weather. a couple of big gold medals in the pool, but a little controversy. u.s. women's soccer team plays today, and the star goalie, hope solo, a lot of people know has been in a twitter feud with brandi chastain, great player from the 2002 world cup. they have been fighting publicly ahead of the game today. it's getting interesting. we'll tell you about it. >> quick question. is that your camel hair jacket, or are you breaking that in for someone. where did you get that
confidence on his ability to lead u.s. foreign policy? and some israeli leaders said president obama improved israeli relations with the u.s. >> president obama, concerning the major issue of security, i think it's highly satisfactory record from an israeli point of view. >> i should tell you honestly, that this administration, under president obama, is doing in regard to our security, more than anything that i can remember in the past. >> meanwhile, at home, the presidential race is being fought over olympic-themed ads. priorities action usa, pro-president obama super pac out with an ad featuring olympics footage. now a pro-romney pac is responding with an ad of its own, demonstrating how the former governor righted a ship to save the salt lake city games. >> as an athlete, you are training your whole life for that one moment at the olympics. >> but america's winter olympics, mired in scandal and o debt. they turned to mitt romney. >> they turned a deficit around to a $100 million surplus. >> romney delivered the olympics safe and secure. >> it changed my life. >> mitt romney allowed a huge
by quoting my dad. a phrase my dad used to always use. whenever you would say something, someone would say this is what i value, this is what i support. my dad would go like this. he'd say, look, don't tell me what you value. show me your budget and i will tell you what you value. seriously. show me your budget and i will tell you what you value. don't tell me you value women in your office space, in your corporation if you have a budget where you don't have any women that are being paid like men. don't tell me that you value and are deeply concerned about seniors if, in fact, you ee advice rate the things that you know and rely on not only for their well-being but i'll return to this, for their dignity. for their dignity and their pride. >> president obama will attend fundraisers in texas this afternoon. a day after kicking off his first town hall of his campaign in cincinnati. the president aggressively targeted mitt romney telling the ohio crowd that former governor romney does have a plan for creating jobs as you heard this one before, just not in this country. >> i've got to be honest
an all-star lineup with nbc hosts. glad yew up with us this morning watching on msnbc on listening live on sirius xm radio. shoot me an e-mail or tweet mere at willie geist1 and let me know why you're awake, well, right now, or do what ka brarp cabrer followed by 622639. we'll read your responses. and for next wednesday, july 11th a new report out by cnbc revealing the top states for business. the results including the number one state may surprise you. >>> plus, with the olympics just two weeks away, michael phelps is being called out by his teammate for not practicing hard enough. practice? we're talking, practice? we'll have the details behind the accusations coming up. >>> first, let's get to the news live at 5:30 a.m. here in the nation's capital -- mitt romney will address the naacp in houston, texas to try to sell his jobs plan for the economy. unemployment in the african-american community is at 14.4%, far outpacing the national average. yesterday both campaigns focused on granting the other as responsible for sending jobs overseas. >> he likes to talk about outsourcing. he's ru
is the sort of thing only an extreme liberal could come up with. this is the sort of thing that used to be in the democratic party in the times past. bill clinton called himself a new democrat pshgs he put that behind pimm. pe believes in smaller government, reformed welfare as we knew it and tried to get the economy going with trade, other provisions, lower taxes. look, new democrats have done good things. a lot of republicans have done some good things but this old style liberalism of bigger and bigger government and tax has got to end and we will end it in november. >> anybody making over $250,000 a year including me we were go back to the tax rates we were playing under bill clinton. a time when our economy created 22 million new job, biggest budget surplus in history and created plenty of millionaires to boot. >> vice president biden spent tuesday speaking to the hispanic community in las vegas. biden took a jab at mitt romney over his stance on illegal immigration policy and his refusal to turn over more tax returns. >> when his father was a candidate for president in 1968, his
have been lost in the mail. i'm glad you're up with us watching on msnbc. you're listening live on sirius xm radio. let me know why you are awake right now or do what dusty baker does and text the word awake followed by your response to 622639. we'll read the best responses later on in the show. in the next 30 minutes will be your cram session for this tuesday, july 3rd. a lot going on including new trouble for congressman charlie rangel. his primary victory is being disputed due to allegations of voter fraud. plus mitt romney let's his hair done while on vacation. new hampshire good idea to go with jet skiing over wind surfing. details from his trip called something called the romney olympics. but first let's get to the news live at 5:30 a.m. here at 30 rock in new york city. mitt romney's campaign is contradicting top congressional republicans on what's emerging as a party central argument against president obama's health care law, the individual mandate, the supreme court ruled constitutional under the government's power to tax the public. coined a health care law a tax on th
willie geist. i'm glad you're up with us this morning watching on msnbc or listening live. shoot me an e-mail at waytooearly@msnbc.com and let me know why you're awake right now. or you can do what romney's swiss banker does and text the word awake followed by your response at 622639. the next 30 minutes will be your cram session. there will be a lot going on today including new details out of syria where activists claim as many as 200 were killed by government forces. we'll have an exclusive report that takes us inside the massacre. >> -- >> that's it! >> further evidence that we need a parliamentary system here in the united states, at the very least for entertainment purposes. we'll explain what she was getting really excited about later in the show. but first, let's get to the news live at 5:30 a.m. here at 30 rock in new york city. >> mitt romney travels to nevada today to cam pan alongside one of his toughest opponents from the republican primary, texas governor rick perry. it was perry who suggested seven months ago that romney's record at bain capital could be a fatal flaw in his
reporting. safety officials are concerned about the use of generators and potential for dangerous carbon monoxide fumes. one thing is for certain everyone in the region is exemely upset at the power companies. >>> drugmaker glaxosmithkline will be paying out some $3 billion as part of a guilty plea. the justice department calls it the largest health care fraud settlement in u.s. history. it covers charges of illegally promoting several drugs. let's take an early look at the market as we get up in your business this morning. we go live to london. he's six hours ahead and well rested and well awake. what do we have to look forward to today? >> a lot of news around. this story is quite extraordinary. $3 billion fine, one of the largest in health care history, passing $2.3 billion for a drug company many years ago. surrounding drugs like for diabetes, this withheld key information. paxil they marketed to it minor, people under the age of 18. wellbutrin, another drug they marketed for weight loss when it didn't have permission to market it for those reasons. a lot of reasons that glaxosmithkl
yesterday using romney's comment to fire up the crowd. >> there are some people coming from around the world that don't get about all the preparations we have done to get london ready in the last seven years. i hear there is a guy called mitt romney who wants to know whether we are ready, and he wants to know whether we are ready. are we ready? are we ready? yes, we are. so after all that, romney had to sit down and meet with prime minister david cameron, and romney backing off the comments and hoping to smooth things over a bit. >> governor did you intend to criticize the london prepbed for the games? >> what i have seen shows the imagination and forethought and a lot of organization, and expect the games to be highly successful. >> of course there will be errors from time to time, but those are all overshadowed by the extraordinary demonstrations of courage, character, and determination by the athletes. >> the white house didn't waste a moment. the press secretary started his briefing by pointing out that president obama has the utmost confidence with the british handling the games. and ro
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the prime minister on a u.s. contingency plan to attack iran if diplomacy is unable to stop the country's nuclear program. the article sourced a senior u.s. official speaking on the condition of anonymity. that's the power of the presidency. they don't let romney get all the headlines in israel. >>> here at home, democrats remain critical of romney's performance abroad, specifically his rocky start in london where the republican candidate publicly voiced concerns over the uk's ability to handle the summer olympics you see here on nbc. >> mitt romney wondered aloud whether london was ready for the olympics, and i think it's clear that voters in this country wonder aloud whether mitt romney is ready for the world. and i think the world is not yet ready for mitt romney. i'm happy david cameron had the last word because i thought it was embarrassing for our country. >> on the eve of a significant event for one of our strongest allies makes a huge intelligence gaffe by revealing the existence and saying out loud the existence of their biggest intelligence agency. i think he's demonstrated pr
full of gently used jeremy linn gear if you're in the market. i'm glad you're up with us this morning watching on msnbc or listening live on sirius xm radio. you can e-mail me at msnbc.com or tweet me at willie geist1. or west the word awake to 622639. we'll hear the best responses later in the show. the next 30 minutes will be your cram session for this wednesday, july the 18th, there's a lot to tell you about. including a dire warning from the fed chairman who says the fiscal cliff on the horizon could send the united states back into another recession. plus i don't know what you were doing about, i don't know, six hours ago, but i was prom dancing with kelly copowski. i should probably explain. and i will. a little bit later in this show. but first let's get to the news live at 5:30 a.m. here at 30 rock in new york city. today mitt romney will hold a town hall in bowling green, ohio. a state he hopes to win in a couple of months and not far from there former florida governor jeb bush and governor bobby jindal, a sleeper on the veep list, of louisiana, will also stump in ohio. as th
would be looking for them. >> t it for us. >> so they fled to this steep, narrow valley a few miles out of town. it seemed like a perfect hiding place. but it would become a death trap as other frightened villagers followed their lead. they thought they were safe and for the first few hours they were. but then around 9:00 in the morning, syrian troops found them. they took up positions here on the top of the valley and then pointed their guns down on the people taking refuge below. he shows me how syrian troops attacked. >> translator: they started firing on us with all kinds of weapons. >> reporter: firing from above, i ask? >> translator: yes, from above. we were surrounded from every side. there was no escape. >> reporter: some tried to surrender to government forces. >> translator: about 15 feel tried to give up. the troops tied their hands, lined them up and killed them. >> reporter: this cell phone video shows bodies on the valley floor. some appeared to be bound, shot, kugs style. then they say syrian troops climbed down into the valley to finish off any survivors. >> translator:
. glad you're up with us, watching on msnbc or listening live at sirius xm radio. shoot me an email or tweet me and let me know why you're awake right now or do what miami stevie van zandt does, text the word awake followed by your response to 622639 and we'll read the best responses later in the show. the next 30 minutes will be your cram session for this monday, july 16th. there's a lot going on, the red cross joining the u.n. in joining the conflict in syria, a civil war. we'll have a live report from the region. >>> plus, a bat slips out of the hands of the yankee player and flies into the stands. not usually a newsworthy event, unless the bat hits academy award-nominated director spike lee. we'll show you later. but first the news live at 5:30 a.m. here in washington, d.c. we begin with the race for the white house. in the escalating battle over mitt romney's tenure at bain capital. today, president obama will hold a town hall meeting in cincinnati, where he will continue the push where the narrative that a vote for mitt romney is a vote for outsourcing. mitt romney's tax polic
to the wealthiest americans and hoped they would use the savings to invest in and create new jobs. >> we've tried it their way. it didn't work. at the beginning of the last decade, congress passed trillions of dollars in tax cuts that benefited the wealthiest americans more than anybody else. the wealthy got wealthier. but most americans struggle. instead of creating more jobs, we had the slowest job growth in half a century. instead of widespread prosperity, the typical family saw its income fall. and in just a few years, we went from record surpluses under bill clinton to record deficits that we are now still struggling to pay off today. so we don't need more top-down economics. we've tried that theory. we've seen what happens. we can't afford to go back to it. >> the president is urging the extension of middle class tax cuts now and delaying the decision in cuts for the wealthy until later. he took that message to local news outlets in critical swing states like nevada where unemployment is nearly 12%. >> they say they agree that we shouldn't let middle class taxes go up. why not go ahead and
president, he will abolish the law on his first day in office and has used the supreme court's recent ruling to rally backers. but democrats have been eager to associate the plan with romney who created a similar program as governor of massachusetts. >> let's get down to the bottom line here. mitt romney is the obama care daddy. he gave birth to this baby up in massachusetts and now he doesn't recognize it and can't pick out any strains in the hereditary chain there that look like anything he did in massachusetts. >> recent comments from house speaker john boehner about romney's prospects with voters are coming under scrutiny. according to "roll call" while at a fund-raiser someone asked boehner can you make me love mitt romney. boehner reportedly responded no, adding the american people probably aren't going to fall in love with mitt romney. i'll tell you this, 95% of the people that show up to vote in november are going to show up in that voting booth and they are going to vote for or against barack obama. >>> a new u.s.a. today poll of 12 swing states including boehner's home state of ohi
threatened to use chemical weapons against any foreign force that tried to intervene in the conflict. the unsettling headline from this morning's "new york times," al qaeda's hand now detected in syria conflict. with details on how the terror group is looking to hijack the revolution there inside that story. >>> nbc's ayman moheldyn has more in syria. >> one of the concerns that many western observers have had, including people in the region is the transformation of the uprising taking place in syria. when it started a year and a half ago, it began as a peaceful protest led by syrians in peaceful capacities. in public squares. but as the government cracked down and became more militarized, so, too, did the opposition, it began with free syrian army, a group of loose-knit rebels, defectors from the syrian army. but then the nature of the attack started to change and as we saw more and more calls for foreign fighters to come to syria and the actual internal dynamic of the conflict changed, leading many observers to suspect there was in fact an al qaeda-type component to the syrian upri
early" for this. > >>> this is indead "way too early." i'm glad you're up with us this morning watching on msnbc or listening live on sirius xm radio. shoot us an e-mail or tweet us and let us know why you're awake right now. or you can do what chris berman does and text the word awake followed by your response to 622639. thank you very much. we'll read the best responses later in the show. the next 30 minutes will be your cram session for this tuesday, july 10th. there's a lot going on today, including the new bailout package for spain that could help calm the global markets, at least for the time being. we'll have a live report. >>> plus, north korean dictator kim jong-un puts on an unauthorized disney show for the ages with mickey, minnie, and all your favorite characters taking the stage on north korean state tv. we'll explain what's going on here later in the show. how great is that, how weird is this world. >>> first, let's get to the news live at 5:30 a.m. here at 30 rock in new york city. president obama and mitt romney both head west today to pitch competing plans for spurring
tool to ruse, but, of course, he reiterated the gloomy outlook for the u.s. economy. but still stocks in the u.s. did close higher, up by 0.6% on the dow jones industrial average. that's because investors really focused on better than expected earnings from the likes of goldman sox and coca-cola. here got an interesting story for all the fans out there, because according to "the wall street journal," the new iphone is going to be thinner, that's because its suppliers out in asia are working on a new technology called in-cell technology which will also improve the quality of the image. so some more clues for the new iphone. back over to you. >> all right, sounds good. thank you so much. we appreciate it. still ahead on "way too early," the kids definitely got guts you've got to say that. 19-year-old bryce harper escalates his feud with ozzie guillen who is baseball's most chemly imbalanced manager. we'll tell you what he did this time ahead in sports. and later jon stewart offers a passionate defense of the boss after london officials cut the mikes of springsteen and sir paul mccartney
in the capital of damascus. at least five people were killed. nbc's ayman mohedin joins us with more. what's the latest in the brutal conflict? >> good morning, luke. you talk about the international community of the red cross. that's a very important decision. international law applies and it will be used as an argument that justifies why the rebels are allowed to take up arms. according to the international humanitarian law sides are al w allowed to use force to advance their aims. this is's that's going to be seen as an attempt to escalate violence. the violence is reaching damascus for the first time in ways never seen before. it's being called the most intense day of fighting on sunday. in the heart of the capital, clashes between opposition rebels and government forces in some of the neighborhoods that up until now have not seen that kind of violence that has ravaged the rest of the country. activists yesterday reported dozens of people killed in protest and clashes with government forces all across the country. the peace plan is all effectively but dead and that is ahead of a deadl
espys swoop in to save us from the slowest day in sports. the question is, would tim tebow steal the show, even in the off season? it's "way too early" for this. >>> good morning, i'm jonathan capehart in for willie geist, and this is "way too early," the show that was twice nominated for best musical score for a newscast. glad you're up with us watching on msnbc or slisenning live on sirius xm radio. you can do what rob wrigle does as text the word awake followed by your response to 622639. we'll read the best responses later in the show. the next 30 minutes will be your cram session for this thursday, july 12th, there's a lot going on today, including new signs that the federal reserve is seriously considering another round of stimulus to help boost the economy. >>> coming up, a live report from cnbc to break down what it all means. >>> plus, fun with charts on the house floor. one congressman continues a long-standing tradition of using ridiculous analogies during house debates. we'll have that clip later in the show. >>> but first, let's get to the news, live at 5:30 a.m. her
assistance necessary to find out who was behind yesterday's attack. >>> mike allen tipped us off to a story in the "chicago tribune" that hasn't even been posted yet. the paper reports offshore money helped launch bain capital in 1994. more than $12 million came in to get that company off the ground. most of the money came in from overseas. there's no evidence of any wrongdoing, but the findings could feed in from the obama campaign to promote romney as an outsider out of touch. >>> meanwhile, a "new york times"/cbs general election poll has the race in a dead heat. 47% for romney, 46% for president obama. comes to favorbility, 36% view the president favorably and 48% view him unfavorably. a lot of this has to do with the economy, of course. the same poll shows 39% approve of the president's handling of the economy and 55% say they disapprove of his work on the economy. campaigning yesterday in bowling green, ohio, romney continued to hammer his new line of attack referring to the president as, quote, anti-business. he also called out the president for something that appeared in a political
ultimately penn state was supposed to protect children. it didn't. i think the ncaa used the criminal case against jerry sandusky as evidence and the freeh report and they just really wanted to make sure this doesn't happen anywhere else. they sent a message to all the teams. i'm sure every school in the united states now is making sure they're compliant and protecting the kids on campus and the children that come through camps and do all those things and making sure this never happens again. >> all right. let's hope some good comes out of this. nfl network's michael lombardi, i appreciate you waking up so early. >> have fun in london. >>> let's turn to politics. president obama and mitt romney easing back into campaign mode. david axelrod set the tone for the day sending thought tweet, tax returns. blunders. bain. ma records and now key documents from the olympics. when it comes to secrecy, mitt takes the gold. axel rod attached a link to a new report showing internal documents from when romney presided over the 2002 winter olympics in salt lake city would not be available to the public a
the suspect in this case had purchased legally the weapons and ammunition used in his attack. in that interview, brian asked romney about his tax returns as well and whether or not he's ready to reveal any information about his choice of running mate. >> i'm following the same precedent that was put in place by john mccain. two years. and by the way, hundreds of pages of returns for the democrat operatist to go through to twist and distort and turn in different directions and try and make a big deal out of. but the american people are not real concerned about tax returns. they're concerned about who can get this economy going and create good jobs again and i can. the president hasn't been able to do the job, as he had expected to do, and i know how to get it done. >> but you also know what happens in the real world, governor. people hear he's not going to release the rest of his returns and they wonder why. they wonder is there a year there where he paid no taxes? they wonder about expensive horses and houses and what have you. so i'll ask another way. what is it that is prev
on them to tell us specifically, not just in broad terms. it's time i think that we hold them accountable and say, okay, you want our votes? what are you going to do? >> many others like colorado governor john hickenlooper expressed that more gun regulation would have prevented shootings like the ones we saw friday in aurora. >> if you look at this person that's -- again, almost a creature. if he could have gotten access to the guns bharks kind of bomb could he manufacture. we are in an information age with access to all kinds of information and he was diabolical, demonic in the twisted sense. i think almost as a terrorist who wanted to take way, not just the people here but in the country, our ability to enjoy life to go to a movie theater, which for most of us is a refuge to get away from the rest of some of the pressures of life. i'm not sure -- it's a human issue in some way. how are we not able to identify someone like this who is so deeply, deeply disturbed? >> i think we need to look at everything, i think that everything should be looked at, but to think that somehow gun control o
for mike barnicle on the senior tour. i'm glad you're up with us this morning watching on msnbc or listening live on sirius xm radio. shoot me an e-mail at waytooearly @msnbc.com or tweet me รง@williegeist1 or @lukerusst and let me know why you're awake already on this monday or do what bo van pelt does and text "awake" followed by your response to 622639. we'll read the best responses later on in the show. my crew wasn't there because they weren't hydrating enough. drink a lot of water this week, ladies and gentlemen. the next 30 minutes will be your cram session for this monday, july 2nd. there's a lot going on today, including the election of a new 45-year-old president in mexico who's been drawing huge crowds on the campaign trail. we'll break down whether his soap opera star wife had anything to do with it. >>> plus, rupert murdoch, the media mogul also in charge of twentieth century fox studios engages in a twitter war with scientology, calling it a cult. we'll have the details and reminisce about the marriage of tomcat later in the show. >>> but first, let's get to the n
in london for us. geoff? >> good morning to you. the trouble is, mariano rahoy has protests on the street of spain as a result of this. as you've pointed out, these cuts meant to get public spending deficits down below 3%. by at least 2014. at least 200 minors took to the streets yesterday, to show their contempt for the reduction in subsidies for spanish mines in the north. these miners have a track record of forcing governments out. so something the prime minister has to take note of. that's one story the markets focused on. the other big news is i guess no news from the fed. as far as the ufomc was concerned in its minutes, the balanced in terms of further help, nothing immediately for the markets, they did leave the option on the table for now that was some small crumb of comfort to take away for these very jittery investors right now. back to you. >> geoff, thanks. still ahead on "way too early," quarterback tim tebow lends a hand at last night's espy awards. we'll show you what got his jets teammate mark sanchez laughing. >>> and jimmy kimmel breaks down joe biden's greatest gaffes.
have experience in massachusetts that shows us that people want health insurance, if they can afford it. the fact that 1% pay the penalty in massachusetts tells you a great deal. you know, this was a plan that governor romney supported. it's something that i would think he would have been proud of. it's a model that at the federal level and the congressional budget office looked at and said it would have the same kind of impact. it's time to get over the debate and to implement the law. >> this is an issue that was in massachusetts, that's in one state. that's why we have 50 different states. they are laboratories in democracy. governor romney understands that obama care will bankrupt our country and ruin the best health care delivery system in the world. >> the massachusetts tax penalty was more restrictive and more punitive than the president's. >> listen, look, listen, governor romney believes as i do, that this law has to be repealed, that this is -- >> it doesn't matter what he did before? >> this is far more than anything any state had ever comprehended or even tried to do. >> for
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